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We've been helping students find the right postgraduate course for over a decade.
Recent events highlight that the future is never certain. But as we look towards the recovery, we’re going to see lots of potential to create a better urban future together. How we build our cities, where we invest in infrastructure, and how we manage development projects, will be unlocked by the potential to work collaboratively using technology to our advantage.
For over 20 years, Salford has led world-ranked teaching and research in the built environment, spanning architecture, construction, project management and digital transformation. We’ve developed a range of professionally-accredited flexible, postgraduate courses open to a wide-range of people who share our passion for creating a better built environment for everyone.
As economic pressures and technological advancements drive major change in construction, triple-accredited Construction Management or Project Management in Construction can help you manage processes, technology and people determine successful outcomes. As data rapidly changes construction, BIM and Digital Built Environments will help you keep pace.
As growing cities generate high demand for robust financial cost management, RICS-accredited Quantity Surveying can open up lucrative career opportunities. Or, why not bring buildings back into use, retain their heritage and reinvent them with Building Surveying. If you're looking to move into property, Real Estate and Property Management explores commercial property and developments for both national and international contexts.
There is a growing trend of companies combining their environmental protection and health and safety functions. Gain a relevant vocational qualification in this field with Safety, Health and Environment. In an increasingly unpredictable world, Environmental Management and Assessment provides an opportunity for interdisciplinary postgraduate study of the management of global environmental issues.
Our environment-focused postgraduate courses are designed to convert a wide-range of undergraduates, and upskill existing professionals in just 12 months. So if you’re looking to start a built environment career, or you want to enhance your skills for a more senior role, a postgraduate degree with Salford will be a rewarding investment in your future.
Right now, we understand that you might be seeking flexibility amidst all the uncertainty. If you’re thinking about balancing work and postgraduate study, we offer part-time study pathways across all of our environment-based courses, so you can achieve your learning goals and keep your current commitments.
As many of us have recently adjusted to working away from the office, you might decide home study is for you. Distance learning is also on option for some of our built environment-focused courses, offering dedicated learning materials purpose-built for remote teaching and learning.